4 Column Hydraulic Plating, Pressing & Embossing Machine

This Plating, Pressing & Embossing Machine is a versatile tool that serves various purposes in manufacturing. It can perform tasks like embossing, pressing, punching, stamping, forming, die cutting, and powder product pressing on both metal and non-metal pbjects.

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  • Precise Structure: Four-column and three-plate structure ensures parallelism between the movable plate and the work surface, with high accuracy and vertical precision in the four columns.
  • High-Speed Operation: Utilizes a built-in fast cylinder for quick startup, forward and backward movement, ensuring high-speed operation and enhanced production efficiency.
  • High-Quality Components: Equipped with original imported low-noise, high-performance high-pressure oil pumps and solenoid valves for long service life.
  • Adjustability: Pressure, stroke, pressure holding, etc., can be adjusted according to the requirements of the pressing process, providing flexibility and versatility.
  • Safety Design: Incorporates comprehensive safety features such as two-hand operation, emergency stop button, and up and down inching mold adjustment button to ensure operator safety.
  • Customization Options: Can be tailored to customer requirements with features like work surface blanking pit and air blowing device to enhance production efficiency.
  • Optional Safety Devices: Offers optional infrared safety device, grating ruler, and display for accurate monitoring of cylinder displacement status.


Model No. BS-735
Pressure Range 5~11 tons
Cylinder Stroke (Adjustable) 100-200 mm
Opening Height 300 mm
Cylinder Up & Down Speed 69 mm/s
Table Area 500 x 300 mm
Voltage 380 V
Motor Power 3.75 kW
Machine Weight (Reference) 480 kg


  • Regular Inspection: Conduct routine inspections of the hydraulic press to check for any signs of wear, damage, or malfunctioning components.
  • Lubrication: Ensure proper lubrication of all moving parts to prevent friction and wear. Follow manufacturer recommendations for lubrication intervals and use appropriate lubricants.
  • Cleaning: Keep the machine clean from dust, debris, and other contaminants that could affect its performance. Regularly clean the work surface, cylinders, and other components.
  • Hydraulic System Maintenance: Monitor hydraulic fluid levels and condition regularly. Replace hydraulic fluid as needed and inspect hydraulic hoses and fittings for leaks or damage.
  • Electrical System: Check electrical connections, wires, and components for signs of damage or wear. Ensure proper grounding and insulation to prevent electrical hazards.
  • Component Replacement: Replace worn or damaged components promptly to prevent further damage to the machine and ensure safe operation.
  • Training: Provide training to operators on proper machine operation, maintenance procedures, and safety protocols to prevent accidents and ensure optimal performance.

Safety Considerations

  • Operator Training: Ensure operators receive proper training on the safe operation of the hydraulic press, including procedures for starting, stopping, and emergency shutdown.
  • Safety Guards: Install appropriate safety guards and devices to prevent access to moving parts during operation. Ensure guards are in place and functioning correctly at all times.
  • Emergency Stop: Equip the machine with an emergency stop button that immediately shuts down the machine in case of an emergency or hazard.
  • Lockout/Tagout: Implement lockout/tagout procedures to prevent accidental startup of the machine during maintenance or repair work.
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): Provide operators with appropriate PPE such as safety glasses, gloves, and hearing protection to protect against hazards.
  • Machine Stability: Ensure the hydraulic press is properly anchored to the floor or mounted on a stable base to prevent tipping or movement during operation.
  • Regular Inspections: Conduct regular inspections of the machine to identify and address any safety hazards or issues promptly.
  • Safety Signage: Clearly label the machine with safety warnings, instructions, and operating procedures to remind operators of potential hazards and safe practices.
  • Emergency Procedures: Establish and communicate emergency procedures for dealing with accidents, injuries, or equipment malfunctions.


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